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Obituarie00 E. Daniels E. Daniels, 69, of St= died September 15. in Thomas Memorial m Charleston after a cancer. born on November in Green Bank, the Homer and Sarah l Cassell. a member of the of Christ in Dun- in the 1970s as a for Sears Roebuck and was a home- include her hus- Robert Daniels: Roberta L. Wise- Albans: one son. Robert Daniels, of St. goddaughter. Miss,,' €, of Dunbar: two Sutton. of New Carolina. and Myra of New Bern. North four brothers. Boyd Charleston. Roy of Fayetteville. Geor- Cassell. of Gallipolis and Curtis Cassell. of New York; six and three great- were held on Friday Funeral Home in with Pastor officiating. in the Tyler Moun- Gardens in Cross R. Lauffer s R. Lauffer. age 80, of Saturday, September in Greensburg, Penn- born July 22, 1923. Pennsylvania, a son Simon and Bertha t. he was a .,house Electric. h. He was a Creek Evan- Church. He War II veteran. in the Merchant him are his wife, Boice Lauffer; two of Manor, and Dan- a daughter. Bland, of Dunmore; were held Septem- E. j. Rodgers Funeral Manor by the Rev. Hauser. Burial 1ol- Eleanor Lee Wotring Eleanor Lee Wotring, age 84, a lifelong resident of Mor- gantown, died Friday, Septem- ber 19, 2003 (one week shy of her 85th birthday), at Mononga- lia General Hospital, Morgan- town• She was born September 26, 1918, at home, a daughter of the late Daniel Jefferson Wotring and Madge Chloe Mundell Wotnng. She graduated from Morgan- town High School and Fairmont Normal Teachers' College (now Fairmont State College). Before starting her teaching career, she was a "Gray lady'" (nurse's aide) during WWII. She was a first grade school teacher lor 42 years, [rom a one- room schoolhouse in Baker's Ridge to Jerome Park to Sun- crest Elementary, where he completed the majority of her professional career. She was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church. She is survived by two sisters, Mary Virginia Shafer, of Marlinton, and Barbara Ann Warsinsky, of Morgantown. Preceding her in death were five brothers, Earnest Howard, Daniel Jefferson, Jr., James Earl, Donald Ray and William Robert Wotring. Funeral services were held Monday at Hastings Funeral Home in Morgantown by Dr. Ken A. Ramsey, Burial was in the East Oak Grove Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Suncrest Primary School, c/o 100 Willow Wick Drive, Morgantown. WV 26505. Mollie Keller, a Marlinton resident, is among the 25 gra- duate students enrolled in Wheeling Jesuit University new Doctor of Physical Ther- apy program. This is the first class in the new program, which is under the direction of Letha Zook, PT, EdD. Through collaborative and service learning, Veeling Je- suit will prepare the 25 stu- dents for the front lines of the health care profession. As rural areas of the country lose more and more doctors, physical therapists are called upon to consult and diagnose cases, says Zook To meet these demands, physical therapists need additional instruction only found in doctorate pro- grams, she adds. Wheeling ,Je- suit's professional doctorate degree prepares entry level physical therapists that make independent diagnosis and recommendations of patient cases, and establish a treat- ment plan to coordinate a patient's recovery. The program places students in a team-learning envir- onment engaged in rigorous didactic instruction. Zook says students learn by analyzing complex patient cases, instead of sitting through lectures. "Some hospital emergency rooms have physical therapists Cemetery on staff to help with diagnosis gifts may be made of cases. As the profession Creek Evangelical changes, many consumers will have direct access to physical therapists, which means they G. Workman !G. Workman, of Corn- Friday, September won't need a physician's re- ferral. We're seeing these changes in our profession and are making the necessary changes in our curriculum to prepare our students to meet those needs," says Zook. Wheeling Jesuit's program is the first doctorate physical therapy program in West Vir- ginia and one of only and hand- ful in a five-state region, mak- ing the program attractive to students from all over the Mountain State, eastern Mary- land, Virginia and Ohio, she adds. "Wheeling Jesuit is ex- tremely proud of its physical therapy doctorate program. With a strong history of physi- cal therapy education at the master's level, we are ready to move to the more advanced de- gree," said Dr. Julainne Maher, senior vice president for academic and student af- fairs. "Students have been waiting to see this happen. And the faculty has invested much energy and creativity in the design of the new program. Even mindful of the healthcare needs of the Appalachian re- gion, we are confident that the graduates of this program will contribute unique expertise and caring spirits to communi, lies in wch they work." More and more colleges and universities across the country are changing their physical therapy programs. A doctorate degree is becoming the entry level professional degree for most physical therapists," Zook says. 000tabonta00 Since 1883 Serving Pocahontas Count)' and the Endless Mountains of Appalachia a United States and retired from Highways as and heavy equip- 20, 1935. at was a son of the and Arvilla Ham- by his wife, Workman; Kitty Cruse, of Buffer, of Clinton- Lussier, of Corn- Rodney Workman, Marie Pat- and Merle Lewisburg; broth- of Clin- five were held at the Work- Cemetery at Corn- Rev. Paul Suttle HAVE YOU SEEN A B I G FOOT/SASQU. ATCH-TYP E CREATURE HERE IN VIRGINIA/WEST VIRGINIA? I have. 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